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    Chucky McChuckface
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    So now it’s a bit squeaky bum time for certain teams throughout Europe.

    Spuds and Pool tonight, with Spuds needing the win to clinch top spot in the group and Pool potentially clinching qualification if they win and the other result goes their way. But I doubt 2 wins are on the horizon…

    Personally, just hoping my boys put on a bit of a better showing than they have over the last few weeks. Other than (rather ironically) the game against Pool and Real, they’ve been a bit below average this month…. although at the start of the season I always thought November would be a bit of a banana skin the moment I saw the fixture list. Having said that, qualifying for the knock-out and 4th in the table right now, would have taken it if offered!

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    nine nine nine
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    Best of luck to Spurs and Liverpool tonight and United and City tomorrow night. Those 4 clubs look odds on to qualify for the Round of 16 with all of them favourites to top their Groups.

    Chelsea look like they may have handed the iniative to Roma in terms of topping the Group and need a win at Qarabag to ensure qualification otherwise they would have a very tricky home tie v Atletico with at least a draw needed to ensure qualification.

    Sky Bet Champions League Winner Odds as at 21/11.

    PSG
    7/2
    Manchester City
    9/2
    Real Madrid
    5/1
    Barcelona
    6/1
    Bayern Munich
    8/1
    Manchester Utd
    12/1
    Tottenham
    14/1
    Juventus
    18/1
    Chelsea
    22/1
    Liverpool
    22/1

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    Chucky McChuckface
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    Don’t start the odds nonsense on this thread…. please? 🙂

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    Big Jim
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    City play tonight also

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    maverick1973
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    Spurs can beat the off-form Dortmund if they play to their potential,Liverpool should @ least get a draw away @ Sevilla and therefore qualify!.City to smash Feyenoord easy!

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    Chucky McChuckface
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    Sorry Big J, genuinely thought your mob was playing tomorrow! Haven’t you lot already sown up 1st place and all that or is there anything to “play-for” so to speak?

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    nine nine nine
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    Jim, my mistake mate apologies.

    City 2nd favourites and rightly so imo.

    Keep Kompany fit and get Stones and Mendy back and if the draws are kind and you get some breaks it could be on.

    Sounds like Foden might start tonight?

    All the best to all the PL teams playing tonight and tomorrow night. Cheers 999

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    maverick1973
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    United and Spurs ahead of Juve? Very strange!

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    Big Jim
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    No worries fellas. We don’t have first sown up yet but if we win tonight and shakhta lose we will have. Doubt Kompany will stay fit till Christmas! but we can hope nine.

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    Big Jim
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    Foden and Diaz on the bench. Yaya starts, D Silva Kompany rested. But it’s a really strong side.

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    nine nine nine
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    Hope Foden gets on and gets some decent minutes. Massive potential.

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    sean the sailor
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    Not sure about Liverpool’s team.looks a bit to attacking for an away cl game. Worry is the centre backs as usual.

    Two very tough games coming up for us. Be a good indication of were we are at

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    Chucky McChuckface
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    No real surprises in the Spud line-up, half expecting Harry to start on the bench as many have said he wasn’t looking 100% against the Goonies last weekend… maybe that hamstring is still bothering him a bit… why do I have a feeling that is going to come back and bite Poncho in the Harris…

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    Chucky McChuckface
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    The teams are walking out… good luck gents… even the Goonies… oh wait… 🙂

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    Chucky McChuckface
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    Great start by Pool….

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